Career Development staff are committed to collaborating with faculty to create opportunities for students to discern future opportunities and find ways to leverage their Notre Dame experiences for future success. We offer a wide range of resources, events, and career-related services to support all of our students, and we look forward to finding ways to collaborate with you.
How We Can Help You
- Visit your class to make presentations
- Collaborate with you to create a special program
- Help you get connected with alumni by utilizing IrishCompass
- Provide guidance for how to respond to employer and recruiter inquiries
- Provide guidance on how to write an effective letter of recommendation
- Utilize Go IRISH to help you recruit for research positions
How You Can Help Us
- Support students through the career development process
- Request collaboration using our brief form
- Suggest ways that we can collaborate with you
- Add to our network of contacts within industries where students have an interest in employment
- Encourage students to update their profile in GoIRISH
In addition to the options offered above, you are also welcome to connect with our academic college liaisons.
- Connecting with alumni for career networking, mentorship, and job shadow opportunities.
- Asking career-related questions through industry specific discussion forums.
- Accessing exclusive online resources for career discernment and networking tips.
As a Notre Dame faculty member, you are provided the opportunity to create and Irish Compass account. You may find value in creating an account to:
- Re-connect with former students
- Find guest speakers for your class
- Find industry contacts to introduce your students
At some point you may be contacted by an employer, recruiter, or alumni who is interested in identifying candidates for positions. The Center for Career Development supports the National Association of Colleges and Employers's (NACE) recommendations for offering job posting information to all students, which include:
- All candidates should have equal access to the opportunity.
- Colleges and employers should support informed and responsible decision-making by candidates.
- All aspects of the recruiting process should be fair and equitable to candidates and employing organizations.
- Career services professionals and faculty involved in recruiting should provide generally comparable services to all employers.
- As required by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), any disclosure of student information outside of the educational institution will be with prior consent of the student unless health and/or safety considerations necessitate the dissemination of such information. Both career services professionals and faculty will exercise sound judgment and fairness in maintaining the confidentiality of student information, regardless of the source, including written records, reports, and computer data bases.
For the full content, please refer to has prepared A Faculty Guide to Ethical and Legal Standards in Student Hiring. If you have any questions, please call 1-5200 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letters of recommendation are often used by an organization's hiring officials to gather additional information about a candidate.
It is assumed that a confidential letter of recommendation will provide a candid viewpoint of an applicant's abilities and professional promise. The letter of recommendation should give a picture of the candidate's personal characteristics, performance and experience, strengths, capabilities, and professional promise from someone who has worked closely with the candidate.
To assist you in this process, here is a sample recommendation letter.
Go IRISH Recruiting Portal
Go IRISH is the primary employment recruiting portal for University of Notre Dame graduate and undergraduate students. Go IRISH allows students to easily connect with employers and find full-time employment and internship opportunities, career event information, and employer recruitment activities. In addition, organizations use Go IRISH to identify qualified graduate students for open positions and to manage their on-campus recruitment and employment events.
As a member of the Notre Dame faculty or staff, you can create a Go IRISH login and see the same information that students see.